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Enhanced Feature - MODBUS Master - Turns the NCS into Universal MODBUS Plant Solution

Enhanced Feature - MODBUS Master - Turns the NCS into Universal MODBUS Plant Solution

MODBUS still remains the most popular industrial networking standard in the process industries.  MODBUS devices communicate over twisted pair, Ethernet, Fiber and even communicate via  industrial wireless radios.  Most often MODBUS slave devices communicate over RS-485 twisted pair networks that are abundant in most plants.  The recent installation of Ethernet and Fiber backbones has led way to the use of many MODBUS/TCP devices.

Published: August 17, 2016

E-HELP: FDY Frequency-to-DC Converter Options for Class I, Div 2 Locations

E-HELP: FDY Frequency-to-DC Converter Options for Class I, Div 2 Locations

Q: I would like to use either FDY/PRG/4-20MA/12-42DC [HPDN] or FDY/PRG/4-20MA/12-42DC [BH2NG] and I want to install it in a control panel enclosure rated Type 4X. I need to ensure it is suitable for Class I, Div 2. Which one is the best solution? 

Published: August 16, 2016

Video Highlights HCS Natural Gas and Oil Wellhead Applications

Video Highlights HCS Natural Gas and Oil Wellhead Applications

If you are involved in the production of natural gas and oil, you understand the challenge of providing power for monitoring and control instrumentation at site locations with limited power resources. One way to combat this is with the use of the HCS HART® Concentrator System from Moore Industries. Watch a video that shows how the HCS saves money and time by consolidating wiring and reducing power consumption at remote natural gas and oil production sites.

Published: August 11, 2016

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Flexible RTD Sensors Needed for Cold and Hot Fluid Lines

Temperature Q&A with JR Madden: Flexible RTD Sensors Needed for Cold and Hot Fluid Lines
Q: I have a project for six RTD measurements that makes using standard fixed length sensors difficult because there is little clearance near the top of the thermowell for sensor insertion.  It looks like your “WORM Sensor” would be an ideal fit for the application because of its flexible design.  These RTD sensors need to be 100 or 1000 ohm platinum elements with Class A or 1/3 DIN accuracy ratings. They will be used to monitor chilled and hot water lines with min and max temperature limits of 30 F and 180 F.  Maximum insertion length in these ¼ inch ID thermowells is about 10 inches.  I noticed that your standard WORM length is 24 or 36 inches.  Are custom length WORM sensors available?  If so, what cost is associated with ordering multiple sensors at custom lengths?  Lastly, we usually request test data with all of our sensors and check them in our air bath or heat block calibration units.  Can you offer a test report or test data points with these WORM sensors?
Published: August 3, 2016

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Downstream/Refining

Industry Pages: Oil & Gas: Downstream/Refining

The new Industries section on the Moore Industries website makes finding industry-specific applications easier. With one click you can now directly access information relevant to your industry instead of having to search through the website. 

Published: June 30, 2016
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